Dan Chmielewski

Democratic Voter Registration in California Sees Explosive Growth

California Democrats Shatter Record – In the final 45 days (60 days pre-election, December 7, 2008 to the January 22, 2008 15-day cut-off) prior to Election Day, the Secretary of State’s report of registration shows Democrats added 150,633 voters to bring its total to 6,749,406 or 43.0 percent of registered voters statewide.  Altogether, 244,202 voters…

Super Tuesday Polls

I’ve dug around and come up with the latest poll numbers for 14 of the 23 Super Tuesday states. This disclaimer, some of the poll numbers were done before Edwards dropped out and before last night’s debate. I’m only getting into detail on the Democratic side, but for all you OC conservatives in love with…

The YouTube Election: McCain Endorses Romney (in 2002)

I love YouTube.  Anything this bunch of flip-flopping, talk-out-of-both-sides-of-their-mouth, Ring Wing moonBat quasi-conservatives have ever said in the past is somehow recorded and on YouTube.  Here’s John McCain endorsing Mitt Romney’s run for Governor of Massachusetts in 2002. [youtube]QA7JTDjG-Po[/youtube] Quite a different story from last night’s debate at the Reagan Library. Found a lovely site…

GOP Incumbents Jumping Ship

The New York Times is reporting 28 GOP seats are up for grabs this fall; the most ever, as new lobbying laws go into effect soon. January 31, 2008 G.O.P. Exodus in House Bodes Ill for Fall Success By CARL HULSE and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN WASHINGTON — A swelling exodus of senior Republican incumbents from…

Has Red County Come Out for Romney?

Matt Cunningham’s post in reaction to the Republican Debates seems to give a backhanded endorsement for Mitt Romney but this post, which attacks John McCain. I’m not surprised that Matt is attacking McCain so much since OC GOP notables Mike Schroeder, John Campbell, and Adam Probolsky are all in Romney’s camp. The curious part of…

The Hallowed Ground at the Reagan Library

Ronald Reagan is dead. He’s not coming back. He was last president in 1989, nearly 20 years ago. And his gravesite and library, home to the Republican debate, is not a Holy Site. But you wouldn’t know it from reading Jon Fleischman’s posts from today’s Flash Report (sorry, I’d link but I can’t stomach it).…